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'the Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete' Post by :headphonesman Category :Poems Author :Walt Whitman Date :June 2011 Read :1715

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"the Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete"

The devilish and the dark, the dying and diseas'd,
The countless (nineteen-twentieths) low and evil, crude and savage,
The crazed, prisoners in jail, the horrible, rank, malignant,
Venom and filth, serpents, the ravenous sharks, liars, the dissolute;
(What is the part the wicked and the loathesome bear within earth's orbic scheme?)
Newts, crawling things in slime and mud, poisons,
The barren soil, the evil men, the slag and hideous rot.

(The end)
Walt Whitman's poem: "The Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete"

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